Sunday, July 31, 2011

"Long Arrow projectile blade, with a fore-shaft of Woolly Mammoth Ivory, discovered in the Kotzebue region, of Alaska. The lacing had been restored as the original find did not have lacing attachments. So many of such discoveries I have, were never excavated but are frequently discovered in sand blow-outs on Arctic beaches, gravel bars on creeks and rivers and on observation sites on 'over-looks' and plateaus that have viewpoints of entire areas utilized by ancient hunters as far back as the Ice Age."

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